An argument for arguing: debates as a teaching and learning resource in the english classroom

@inproceedings{SantallaFernndez2020AnAF,
  title={An argument for arguing: debates as a teaching and learning resource in the english classroom},
  author={Antonio Santalla Fern{\'a}ndez and Bego{\~n}a Lasa {\'A}lvarez},
  year={2020}
}
espanolEl objetivo de este trabajo es estudiar la utilizacion de los debates como recursos didacticos en el aula de ingles, en concreto en las Escuelas Oficiales de Idiomas (EOIs). El analisis del potencial didactico de los debates se complementa con una propuesta de ensenanza-aprendizaje para implementar este recurso en un aula de ingles de nivel C1. EnglishThe aim of the present study is to explore the use of debates as teaching and learning resources in the English classroom, particularly in… 

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